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to close tax loopholes for the wealthy. mike honda and eric staalwell held a rally in fremont today to urge congress not to cut social security, medicare and medicaid. christie smith is live in fremont with what has become a national movement. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. they just wrapped up about ten minutes ago. member ps of congress, union members, families, some sharing stories about how social security really helped older family members. they talked about their concern about potential cuts to social security going into this congressional session. what they want is to maintain what they have or to increase it. and possibly even take a cap off. they say it's part of the budget-making process. now, with local, state and federal politicians here, they're urging congress to also say no to cuts to medicare and medicaid, too. here's congressman mike honda. >> we have done here is still -- your hard work, your sweat that made this kind of community possible, made this country possible. it's our soldiers who fight overseas on our behalf that make these things possible
the cell phone version of this with the network ship will run $929. so more than $1,000 with tax. the lesser expensive wi-fi only version will cost you a mere 7$99. ipads have really become the go to device for millions of people. yahoo! stock is up this morning a day after yahoo! said it made more money than expected. >>> and here's something of dubious news value. a digital artist in santa cruz has created this. this is the game for nintendo. here's mark crawly sending you on a mission to find cigars somewhere in the estate. it's a -- no actual game exists, but if it had come out in 1990, this is indeed what the game would have looked like. bill kylely writes music for modern day video games. if you're a fan, that may just be me, then this is pure gold. back to you. >> you always find the cool stuff. >>> a symbol of love in the south bay is coming unhinged. the los gatos town council getting rid of padlocks attached by lovers to a bridge over highway 17. more on why town officials want that display to come down. >> the idea seemed innocuous enough. couples here in the south bay
hiring their friends, paid almost a million dollars in business taxes, then they had to go home to india because their student visas ran out. now, the business still exists, but it's run out of india with no american employees. obvious problem. everyone said it needed to be solved. the valley's been frustrated for years. so that deal seems to have been reached and the valley likes it. you can't overstate the importance of immigrants to bay area companies. paypal started by a russian, google started by a russian as well, ebay, a frenchman, tesla, sun microsystems india. if you extend that out to children of immigrants you can add in apple, syria, oracle, russia again and clorox in the east bay, ireland. back to you. >> wow, all right, scott, thanks so much. >> intriguing stuff there scott mcgrew. very interesting weather, in a nice way. >> top of the morning to you, jon and marla. we've got a good looking day shaping up. we do have puffy clouds, these are cumulus clouds, almost like the simpson clouds, remember that show cartoon? we've got good looking conditions. whenever you see those p
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